The American Legion [Volume 181, No. 4 (October 2016)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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- The Mind Field: For veterans coping with mental injuries and readjustment to civilian life, camaraderie outdoors among others who served can be the best medicine. In Alabama, Wisconsin, Michigan and other states, The American Legion provides alternative routes to recovery.
- America's Next President: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump make their cases to The American Legion Magazine by Henry Howard
- Trail to the Top: Meet Charlie Schmidt, The American Legion's first national commander from Oregon by Matt Grills
- Got You Covered? From car rental to overseas travel, here's what you need to ask about your insurance by J.J. Montanaro
- Regular features include: Vet Voice, I Am The American Legion, Big Issues, Living Well, Veterans Update, Rapid Fire, Comrades, Parting Shots
- Cover photos by Marco Grob/Trunk Archive
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